By Robert S. Curl
This guide is meant to aid engineers and technicians with a history of use of temperature, strain, humidity, ventilation, and flue fuel tools, to interpret their readings of box measurements. This selection will point out the deficiencies of the method confirmed and techniques of correction. development of operation almost always ends up in aid of application expenses. uncomplicated screens and directions will allow non-technical body of workers to function gear successfully at minimal strength expenditures. In a number of construction installations, this sort of regulate could store up to seventy five% of upkeep time since you can examine the situation of the procedure with the pc sooner than you ship out the upkeep guy to make alterations. additionally, you'll be in a position to predetermine the precise challenge in order that a similar upkeep guy wouldn't have to spend time checking a couple of goods till he pinpoints the trouble. the data during this ebook will help development proprietors, upkeep body of workers, contractors, and technicians in identifying the operation of energy-using structures and techniques of lowering power intake.
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How Air Is Supplied To the Space a. Ceiling outlets b. Side wall outlets c. Floor outlets d. Height above occupant level 3. Physical Activity of Occupants a. Seated b. Standing c. Constantly Moving d. Operating Machinery 4. Auxiliary Means of Air Motion a. Ceiling Fans 5. Air Supply Quantity Page 2 6. Description In southern and coastal climates, the humidity is more important than the temperature. It takes nearly twice the cooling capacity to remove the moisture than to reduce the temperature.
Exhaust from ranges and other cooking devices should be confined to the cooking surface and be of such size and velocity as to remove the cooking odors and steam. Exhaust hoods may remove sufficient air to be equivalent to as much as 10 times the heating and cooling Page 17 requirement of that space without exhaust. It is extremely important in the reduction of energy to use back exhaust rather than using an overhead hood. Provide a master switch at the entrance door to the room, with a pilot light, so that the last person leaving can shut off all the electric equipment in the room.
Locker rooms, which require considerable ventilation, can be placed on recirculation or intermittent operation during non-occupied periods. Toilet room exhaust should be inter- Page 22 locked with the supply system to shut off fans during non-occupied periods. e. Living and Sleeping: Sleeping rooms should by individually controlled but, if not practical, should be at least zoned in accordance with solar exposure or direction. This is also true of wind exposure which has considerable effect, primarily in the wintertime.
Analyzing field measurements: air conditioning & heating by Robert S. Curl